A meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Central European Initiative member states has launched in Minsk. Held under the auspices of Belarus' chairmanship of the CEI, it is dedicated to the growing role of the CEI in promoting compatibility and complementarity of integration processes in Greater Europe.
President Alexander Lukashenko is scheduled to meet with CEI representatives today.
The Central European Initiative is an interstate forum established in 1989. Today, the organization consists of 18 countries. Heading the CEI, Minsk will get an opportunity to attract new partners and investments.